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For-Profit College Agrees To Stop Making Success Claim In Ads

DeVry University has agreed to stop advertising a claim about the success of its students that had been challenged by the federal government. The Education Department announced a settlement with DeVry after saying the for-profit college chain couldn't support one of its marquee claims, that 90% of its graduates since 1975 found employment in their field of study within six months of graduation. 

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